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Anyone who's played Scott Pilgrim vs. the World on PlayStation 3 or, as
of today, on Xbox Live knows that the soundtrack is old school chiptune
bliss. Those hoping to listen to the catchy tunes outside of the game
can finally do so.
Harmonix's independent music service will be expanding to support new Rock Band 3 features.
Looks like Smart Bomb
Interactive will soon give us a reason to return to the cockpit with
upcoming DLC: Suppertime of Destruction.
Klei Entertainment delivers a satisfying trip into the heart of violence.
One of our favorite downloadable titles of 2010 is getting a second big expansion.
The already-released Motorstorm title, Pacific Rift, is getting some 3D (and 2D) flavor courtesy of a PSN download.
The hit independent platformer, And Yet It Moves, has arrived on WiiWare. Find out why you should play it.
Monkey Island creator's gonzo action/RPG hit to get a sequel only two months after the release of the original
The online retailer won't be selling XBLA games from now on. Is this another example of Microsoft playing hardball with Xbox Live?
We ask producer Rich Briggs about the upcoming downloadable game, and how it will tie in to Dead Space 2.
Indie developer The Behemoth announced last year that their critical
and commercial success Castle Crashers would be making its way to PSN.
Since then, few details have dropped about the status of the port.
When did Spencer trade in his hot dog arm for a rockin' Tom Selleck 'stache?